A Day in the Life of Palestinian Ambulance Workers as Missiles Strike

ABC News’ Alex Marquardt rides in an ambulance in the Gaza Strip as rockets are exchanged between Israel and Hamas militants.
2:09 | 07/09/14

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We've asked to tag along -- this ambulance crew from the Palestinian red crescent society. -- parts here at this intersection. Waiting for the call with the assumption that as the sun goes down the Israeli airstrikes pick up. And there will be wounded. -- This is the chicken farm of the Molotov family made -- chickens now dead and dying after there was an Israeli air strike here. At 11 PM last night the Stanley tells us that the house was struck -- no warning. Can see the massive crater here it is completely been leveled. One of the members of the family say of the six for got out alive with some injuries. Two were killed including a mother. And four year old son. Thankfully it was a relatively quiet afternoon -- this ambulance team there were no emergency calls. But the sun is setting and we want to get back before dark. When the Israelis are known to dramatically escalate -- airstrikes. Alex Marquardt ABC news in the Gaza Strip.

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